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U2 - Boy 4th leg: North America

1981-03-16: The Woodstock Concert Theater, Anaheim - California

( other U2 shows at this location )

<<< 1981-03-15 - Los Angeles | 1981-03-18 - San Jose >>>


2009-04-30 - We did the show ... we know ... submitted by Mike Muckenthaler

I got a kick out of reading the other reviews of this show. I actually made the flyer ... and was at the door later when the show went down ... and we seriously only had about a dozen 'paid' tickets sold for U2.

There were other people there of course ... for Second Wind and some 20/20 fans ... but they didn't pay, they were 'comped' or on the 'guest list'. Opening acts got 2 guests for each band member, and their 'roadies' (mostly friends of the bands) were all comped. NO WAY WERE THERE A HUNDRED PEOPLE THERE AT ANY TIME. In fact, a lot of people left after the opening acts, it was a 'work' night ... and only the most 'in' music fans had any idea of who U2 were.

I walked from the front door to the stage without bumping into anyone ... it was that empty.

The guy who wrote that The Woodstock was a "punk club" was soooo wrong it hurts. Back then it was the home of hard rock and metal acts ... groups like Metallica, Slayer, Great White, Dokken, WASP ect. ... the 'punk nights', (most of which I promoted, with groups like X, Social Distortion, etc,) were few and far between.

I think he's got his clubs confused ... it was The Cuckooo's Nest in Costa Mesa that was 'punk' ... Jerry Roach, (the Nest's owner) told me that he had been offered the U2 show, but had turned it down. He said, it was the only show he regretted NOT doing.)

Jerry also owned Casa Balanca (later to be called 'Radio City' the club next to The Woodstock, so maybe that writer is thinking of that club, although I think it had had a fire around that time, and was closed for repairs.)

I still have the original 'cut and paste' for the flyer ... if anyone's interested ...

... check out The Woodstock Concert Theatre - JA Schultz Productions on Myspace. You'll get a kick out of it.

Mike Muckenthaler


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